Apple’s new cut-price iPhone model is still more expensive than many high-end Android phones
Apple has this morning launched an 8GB versionof the iPhone 5c— a new budget offering for those willing to trade cut-down internal storage for a slightly reduced price tag. In the UK, a SIM-free 8GB iPhone 5c will set you back £429 directly from Apple’s online store — a saving of only £40 compared to the 16GB 5c, but a saving all the same.
Nevertheless, the 8GB device’s relatively high price tag highlights the many high-end Android phones around this price point, all of which boast 16GB or more of storage — and in some cases, many other advantages too. Continue reading Eight Android phones to buy instead of the 8GB iPhone 5c
Samsungis planning a successor to its Galaxy Beam handset that features a projector, according to telecommunications certification group Tenaa in China.
The listing notes the second version will feature a a 4.66-inch Continue reading Samsung Galaxy Beam successor leaked in China with improved specs, projector
Last month, the folks at Samsung introduced their 2014 flagship, the much-awaited Galaxy S5, during the Unpacked 5 event along with three new wearable devices, but Samsung’s previous product launches taught us that the Korean phone maker aims to transform the Galaxy S series into a whole family of devices.
Last year, a couple of months after the Galaxy S4 was officially introduced, Samsung announced three new S4 relatives: the Galaxy S4 Mini (which was a more compact device orientated to the mid-range segment), the Galaxy S4 Zoom (which brings an impressive 16 MP camera with OIS), and the Galaxy S4 Active (which is a ruggedized S5 variant).
If the latest reports are to be believed, the freshly-announced Galaxy S5 will have the same faith, as an alleged Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini has just made an appearance on Indian import site Zauba. Usually, the said website holds information about new devices that had entered India with the purpose of being tested by developers.
Zauba’s data base reveals that, on March 4th, eight Samsung smartphones code named SM-G870a (purported Galaxy S5 Mini) were shipped from South Korea for research and development purchases.
Even though the document doesn’t reveal anything about the handset’s specs or software, it shows that the price of a unit is INR 22,253, which might be the price point of the S5 Mini once it hits the market. What lead us into believing this is that the price ratio to the Samsung Galaxy S5 and the SM-G870a is the same as the one between the Galaxy S4 and the Galaxy S4 mini.
Rumorh has it that the Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini will sport a Super AMOLED display and that it will run Android 4.4 KitKat out of the box, also borrowing some of the S5′s software features. Even though no one knows exactly when the smartphone will be officially launched, we are expecting to see the shrunken Galaxy S5 sometime in the June – July time frame.
Microsoft’s cloud storage service has finally made its way to BlackBerry in the form of an app called Connect to Microsoft OneDrive.
Microsoft announced earlier this year it is renaming Sky Drive, its cloud storage service, to OneDrive, following a lawsuit in the UK from media company BSkyB. Now that the rebranding changes have finally arrived, along with some exciting new features, Microsoft has given BlackBerry10 access.
Continue reading Microsoft OneDrive app lands for BlackBerry 10 devices
Micromax has launched its first octa-core smartphone, the Canvas Knight, in India at Rs. 19,999.
The popular domestic handset maker has announced that the Canvas Knight smartphone will be exclusively available via company’s online store starting Wednesday.
The highlight of the Micromax Canvas Knightis its octa-core MediaTek (MT6592T) processor clocked at 2GHz, coupled with 2GB of RAM. Continue reading Micromax Canvas Knight with octa-core CPU launched
Samsung will release the Galaxy S5 later today and we decided to give one away for free to our readers. Th is a international giveaway is going to have simple rules and we can’t tell you exactly when it’s going to be over, because it depends when we can get our hands on a Galaxy S5 to give it away.
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A new version of the Moto X handset will launch in “late” summer, Motorola announced at its press event at Mobile World Congress 2014.
Specifications or design for the new version of the Moto X weren’t revealed, but it’s interesting the company won’t be stopping with the Moto Maker formula under its new owner Lenovo. Continue reading Motorola launching new Moto X come ‘late summer’
Samsung has announced its new flagship smartphone the Samsung Galaxy S5 at its Samsung Unpacked 5 event at Mobile World Congress 2014.
As specs continue to climb, Samsung has innovated in new areas to keep the S5 fresh. New extras include a fingerprint scanner on the home button, a heart rate sensor on the back and smart modes for the 16-megapixel camera. Continue reading Samsung Galaxy S5 lands with 5.1-inch display, integrated fitness functions
Apple’s iPhone 6 may come in two size variations, yet more rumours suggest. They could also come with super strong sapphire crystal protected displays to keep scratches at bay. But it’s more likely this expensive protective material will appear on the iWatch first.
The latest rumour to suggest two versions of the iPhone 6 comes from the South China Morning Post who claims an insider has revealed details. There should be a 4.7-inch iPhone 6 and a 5.5-inch model due for release in September. Continue reading New larger screen iPhone 6 spotted, set for release in September
Another alleged photo of the HTC M8 hasleaked from Twitter account HTCFamily.ru, highlighting what could be the design of HTC’s next-generation flagship and successor to the HTC One.
The photo shows a HTC M8 we’ve seen in leaks before, featuring on-screen buttons rather than capacitive buttons, a more rounded off design, and less bezel on the sides. It looks shockingly similar to a concept image shown-off last week by publication Nowhereelse, showing the top of the handset having a reduced speaker grille, vertical light sensor, and a front-facing camera. Continue reading HTC M8 leak shows a sleek handset with plenty of bezel on the bottom